Shooting Sports

The Eaton County 4-H Shooting Sports program focuses on youth development in a variety of important life skills such as concentration, decision-making, teamwork, and leadership through the shooting sports projects.  Youth and families involved in 4-H Shooting Sports learn the safe and responsible use of firearms and archery equipment, develop an increased awareness of conservation, and are introduced to a source of lifelong recreation.  Youth ages 5-19 are welcome to participate; cloverbuds ages 5 - 7 are allowed to participate in the Hunting and Wildlife discipline only.  Eaton County 4-H Shooting Sports does have a $10 per person club fee for the 2022-2023 program year.

Sign-up meeting for 2023 is on Friday, November 4, 2022 at 7pm at Kardel Hall on the Eaton County Fairgrounds. Did you miss the sign up meeting? Contact Missy or Scott for more information! Contact information in the brochure linked below.

Eaton County 4-H Shooting Sports Brochure

Eaton County 4-H Shooting Sports Guidelines

2022-2023 Calendar: November and December

Eaton County 4-H Shooting Sports Project Areas
Last updated: November 2022

Forms

Participation Agreement

All members must also complete their enrollment or re-enrollment in 4-H Online, including a completed health section, prior to participating in a shoot.

Eaton County Tournament

The Eaton County 4-H Shooting Sports Tournament is usually held in June.  To participate in the county shoot, youth must:

Participate in 3 full practices in each discipline you are participating in.

Complete a county registration form by the due date set.

 Michigan 4-H Shooting Sports